The court order is the latest development in a lawsuit filed by retailers nearly two years ago.
By Heather Anderson|June 08, 2015 at 01:54 PM
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The Federal Reserve agreed to release guidance explaining how it calculated transaction monitoring costs in its base interchange fee during a Monday status conference in the U.S District Court. The hearing in Washington addressed a remaining issue from a suit filed by the National Association of Retailers and other groups in July 2013.
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